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Old 01-22-2013, 08:12 PM
 
Location: West Madison^WMHT
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New Hampshire is a beautiful and safe place in which to live. If you can handle the cold winters, it is paradise. Why is crime low in NH? One of the reasons is the homogenous population.
The cold winters themselves are a reason -- too cold to go out == fewer crimes.
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:36 PM
 
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The cold winters themselves are a reason -- too cold to go out == fewer crimes.
It's never too cold to go out.... But bug season isn't that great..... Tamworth has +6 for the moment and dropping.. I went x-c skiing this morning, and them worked after noon in the barn and it was in the teens then. The machine is too big for the shop any more and the barn has no heat. It is in fact colder in the barn than out The concrete pad has taken a set.

I am all hot and fuzzy over the next few days forecasts..... 03886 run that! I wish it would snow more. This stuff is a bit rugged on x-c skis.
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